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Core Slider Mountain Climber


Core Slider Mountain Climber
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Exercise Description

Target Muscle Group


Secondary Muscles

Shoulders, Glutes, Triceps, Legs

Exercise Type


Equipment Required

Core Slider

Experience Level




Force Type


Target Muscle: Abdominals

Core Slider Mountain Climber Overview

The core slider mountain climber exercise is a great way to work your abs and obliques while also getting a good cardio workout. Using a slider can add an extra challenge to the exercise. Just be sure to keep a good form, move slowly and control to avoid injury. If you start to feel fatigued in your arms, take a break and rest for a few seconds before continuing.

How to Do

  • Commence in a tall plank position with your feet on the sliders, keeping them shoulder-width apart.
  • Keeping your core engaged, slide one knee at a time towards your chest, then back to the starting position.
  • Repeat with the other knee.
  • Continue with this movement as quick as possible while maintaining good form for 30 seconds to 1 minute.

Exercise Tips

  • Make sure to keep your abdominal muscles engaged throughout the entire exercise to get the most benefit from it.
  • Use a slow and controlled movement when sliding your hands back and forth to avoid injuring yourself.
  • If you feel fatigue in your arms, take a break and rest for a few seconds before continuing.

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